Fox Renews Fringe!

  Fox announced today it has renewed Fringe for a 13 episode 5th and final season. The renewal is a huge victory for the fan base as Fox was concerned after last season’s lackluster ratings performance.  Sounds like we’re in for an interesting end to an incredible series. Here is a part of Fox’s press release: [...]

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DC Comes Out on Top With The Flash #8, Green Lantern: New Guardians #8, and Aquaman #8

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What a huge week for comics! DC releases a bunch of New 52 titles, the most notable being The Flash #8, Green Lantern: New Guardians #8, and Aquaman #8. Check out reviews for these three new releases below!   The Flash #8 Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato bring us a thrilling new chapter in the story [...]

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New Prologue Excerpt for the Final ‘Wheel of Time’ Book!

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At this year’s JordanCon and excerpt from the prologue of A Memory of Light, the final book in Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series (though Brandon Sanderson finished the series after Jordan passed away). Now, thanks to our friends at Tor, we have the full excerpt for your reading pleasure. Enjoy! **** Bayrd pressed the coin [...]

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Big changes coming to the newest intallment of “Super Smash Bros.”

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Now that the development for Kid Icarus: Uprising ifnished, Project Sora is focusing largely on the next pair of Super Smash Bros. games for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.  Details have been extremely scare since the games were announced at E3 2011; the only thing that is confirmed is that the portable and the console [...]

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Danielle Harris’ Directorial Debut: Among Friends Looks Like an Amazing Return to 80′s Horror

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  AMONG FRIENDS is a twisted horror about a dinner party gone wrong. Set against an 80s backdrop, the good time takes a dark turn when one in the group hijacks the evening in an attempt to help the others come clean about their secret betrayals against one another–and is willing to cut through the bone [...]

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“Pikmin 2″ sprouting back to life for the Wii this summer

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Let’s be honest, Pikmin has been forgotten for the past three years. We haven’t had a proper sequel since Pikmin 2 was released for the gamecube in 2004 – 8 years ago.  However, April has been a huge month for fans of the franchise seeing as how we got a confirmation of Pikmin 3 for the Wii U, but now [...]

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Comic Book Releases Week of April 25, 2012

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ASPEN MLT Michael Turner’s Soulfire The Definitive Edition Volume 1 TP – $39.99   DARK HORSE COMICS Abe Sapien Volume 2 The Devil Does Not Jest And Other Stories – $17.99 Angel and Faith #9 (Rebekah Isaacs VC) Angel and Faith #9 (Steve Morris Regular Cover)  –  $2.99 B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth The Pickens County Horror [...]

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Andy Lau in talks to join the cast of Iron Man 3

If the upcoming Avengers movie isn’t enough to get your superpowers in overdrive, today there’s news that Andy Lau is in talks to join the cast of Iron Man 3.  It is rumored that Lau is to play a scientist on the side of good who develops technology to help our hero Tony Stark take out [...]

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Charlie Kaufman Brought on By Lionsgate to Adapt ‘Chaos Walking’ Book Series

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A little while back, Lionsgate acquired the movie rights to Patrick Ness’s award-winning Chaos Walking trilogy. They just released the name of Charlie Kaufman as the man hired to adapt the first book in the series (The Knife of Never Letting Go) into a screenplay. Here’s a nice summary of the series, from deadline.com: The Carnegie Medal winning book [...]

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‘Blackbirds’ by Chuck Wendig is a Fun Albeit Average Book About Seeing Death and Fighting Fate

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Chuck Wendig’s book Blackbirds is filled with crude language and a gritty reality for the main character, Miriam Black. This book was a fun read, providing a nice escape for a few hours, and although it isn’t the best book I’ve ever read in my life, I dont’ feel like it was a waste of time. [...]

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